Pebble drops some subpoenas, talks about downsizing

November 27th 2:41 pm

At conference in Anchorage, CEO says company closer to winning its fight against the EPA

Despite low price, sockeye market could be improving

November 27th 2:40 pm

Salmon has been selling faster than this time last year, and report says there's more to be sold

Obituary: Dan Roseta

November 27th 2:40 pm

Daniel Robert Roseta died June 9 at age 75. He was a founder of Offshore Systems Inc., an Unalaska private dock operator and marine fuel company. Dan was the son of the late David and Melba Roseta. Dan was born in Seattle, Wash., and shortly thereafter moved [...]

Unalaska Police Report

November 27th 2:39 pm

As told by the Unalaska Police Department.

Sports Briefs

November 27th 2:39 pm

Junior high tourney slated Bristol Bay Times/Dutch Harbor Fisherman Wrestling action will take center stage in the Yukon-Kuskokwim Delta next weekend as some of the area's top young wrestlers converge on Bethel to compete in the 2015 Bethel Junior High [...]

New Stuyahok, Dillingham compete at Lancer Smith

November 27th 2:38 pm

Blunka Blinka Jr. continued to prove himself a legitimate contender for a spot in the upcoming Class 1A-2A-3A state wrestling tournament this past weekend. The New Stuyahok standout battled his way to a fifth-place finish in the highly-competitive 106-pound [...]

Kenai bark beetles primed for another run

November 27th 2:37 pm

Ed Berg has spent much of his life observing the natural happenings on a large peninsula (the Kenai) that juts from a larger peninsula (Alaska). The retired ecologist who worked many years for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has been around long enough he [...]

Emergency trauma technicians train in Manokotak

November 27th 2:37 pm

ETT training provides an opportunity for students to explore the medical field as a potential profession

Katmai bear tests positive for canine infectious hepatitis

November 27th 2:36 pm

A lab has identified a possible cause of death for one of the two brown bears that died in front of the high-traffic bear cams in Katmai National Park last month. After thousands of viewers watched a spring cub die in late October, the animal's remains were [...]

Michael Jacko pleas to sexual abuse in Pedro Bay case

November 27th 2:36 pm

State dismisses four other charges, Jacko will serve no more than 10 years in jail

Board of Fisheries to discuss Bristol Bay proposals

November 27th 2:35 pm

State board will meet in Anchorage Dec. 2-8

Satellites to track declining harbor seals in Aleutians

November 27th 2:34 pm

Numbers appear to have stabilized, but so far populations are not showing adequate signs of recovery

Alaskans asked to weigh in on budgets, bycatch

November 27th 2:34 pm

State Boards of Fish and Game are asking for ideas on cutting costs within their annual meeting cycles

Opinion: There is no such thing as 'away'

November 27th 2:33 pm

I don't like to cook. Luckily, at holiday time, my husband enjoys putting out a fine meal for our family and friends. (I happily do all the clean up!) My one holiday dinner requirement is to come up with a few traditional desserts. I'll confess that I usually [...]

Opinion: No price point on thankfulness

November 27th 2:33 pm

As we gather this week around tables full of food, family and friends, we take time to count our many blessings. No matter where you live or what your situation is, you can find things to be grateful for — a crisp, sunny winter day, a call from a [...]

Long-awaited Chignik Dock project out to bid

November 27th 2:32 pm

Chignik Bay is hoping to have its own dock next year - perhaps in time for the last ferry stop in the fall. The Trusty Tusty makes its first stop on a trip out the Aleutian Chain in Chignik Bay, about 19 hours after the ferry vessel leaves Kodiak. But the [...]

In Brief

November 27th 2:32 pm

Aleknagik man arrested for alleged threat to daughter An Aleknagik man was arrested in Dillingham on Friday after allegedly threatening his daughter. Police arrested Robin Chythlook, 52, after he allegedly threatened his daughter with a knife during a [...]

Years Ago in the Bristol Bay Times-Dutch Harbor Fisherman

November 27th 2:31 pm

Fisheries agenda in the works

Students paint silhouettes for Dillingham school mural

November 27th 2:30 pm

Life-size representations will be mounted for display this winter

University forecasts 51 million fish for Bristol Bay

November 20th 11:13 pm

Report estimates inshore harvest of 34.1 million sockeye in 2016

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